Keiichi Enomoto

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Research into natural products from the marine environment, including microorganisms, has rapidly increased over the past two decades. Despite the enormous difficulty in isolating and harvesting marine bacteria, microbial metabolites are increasingly attractive to science because of their broad-ranging pharmacological activities, especially those with(More)
Here, we report a draft 5.25-Mb genome sequence of Pseudoalteromonas sp. 520P1, a marine violacein-producing bacterium isolated from the Pacific coast of Japan. Genome annotation by BLAST searches revealed the presence of one acylhomoserine lactone (AHL) synthase (luxI) and five AHL receptor protein (luxR) gene homologs.
Pseudoalteromonas sp. 520P1 (hereafter referred to as strain 520P1) produces N-acylhomoserine lactones (AHLs), which serve as signaling molecules in Gram-negative bacterial quorum sensing. In a previous genomic analysis of the 5.25-Mb genome of strain 520P1, we detected the presence of at least one homolog of the AHL synthase gene (luxI) and five homologs(More)
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